St George's Day service

From the Dorset Echo, One of the last recipients of a royal award will be a guest at a St George’s Day service in Weymouth this Sunday. Peter Poyser, 89, is a member of the Holy Trinity Church in Weymouth and Rev Juliet Stephenson has invited him to lead the procession of colours at this

Palm Sunday

Following our Lent fasting and reflections. We began Holy week on Palm Sunday where we celebrated Jesus’s triumphant entry into Jerusalem. With the church decorated with beautiful palms and a procession with donkeys. We got the chance to meet Annie and Dainty at the end of the service and have our photos taken and treat

First Sunday of Lent

“Holy Trinity do it different” Due to a power cut across Weymouth the 0800 service was without lights, so we improvised with loads of candles and it turned out to be a very atmospheric service which everyone really enjoyed and got into the spirit of.

In preparation of Ash Wednesday and the beginning of Lent we held a pancake party and beetle drive. We held two rounds of beetle drive with pancakes in between.  Rev Juliet and Churchwarden Philippa were busy in the kitchen cooking and serving pancakes which were delicious and everyone tucked into. Alyson was busy keeping us

Prayers of Living in Love and Faith

Following a recent PCC Meeting in January 2024 it was agreed unanimously that we as an all Inclusive Church would offer this special ministry to couples. Living in Love and Faith Pastoral Guidance Below are the pastoral notes, issued by the C of E, regarding the new prayers of love and faith for same sex

Holy Trinity Chapel at Salisbury Cathedral

Our name sake chapel within Salisbury Cathedral is beautiful. It is home to the Prisoners of Conscience window. This article is taken from the New York Times when the windows were installed back in 1980. The five arched windows pull at your eyes the instant you walk into Salisbury Cathedral, for the intense cobalt blue

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